Russia to Invest in Blockchain, Potential Benefit Valued at $17.5B
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Russia to Invest in Blockchain, Potential Benefit Valued at $17.5B

Russia plans to spend 28.4 billion rubles (over $450 million) on the development of blockchain until 2024. While this is 50% lower than previous figures, the strategy would still help...

Anatol Antonovici | 8 months ago
Will China use blockchain for social credit score system?
Op-Ed

Will China Adopt Blockchain for its Social Credit System?

They said blockchain would bring freedom by challenging world governments and greedy financial institutions. But what if blockchain is the ideal tool to enable totalitarianism? What if...

Anatol Antonovici | 11 months ago
china blockchain spending
News

Blockchain Spending in China to Exceed $2 Billion by 2023

China’s blockchain spending is expected to see rapid growth in the next three years and exceed the $2 billion figure by the end of 2023, according to a report carried out by market...

Anatol Antonovici | 11 months ago
EU DLT European Union
Blockchain

Six EU Nations Sign Agreement to Regulate Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)

The Government of Malta this week announced the signing of a joint declaration of cooperation on Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT). They joined a group of six other Southern...

Emilio Janus | 2 years ago
Singapore bank
Blockchain

Singapore Central Bank ‘Demonstrates’ Value of Blockchain With Tokenized Assets

The Stock Market and Central Bank of Singapore have successfully developed a blockchain-based settlement system for tokenized assets in partnership with some big names like Nasdaq...

Georgi Georgiev | 2 years ago
Web
News

HODL: Crypto is like 1990s Internet with ‘Few Use Cases’ and Many Scams

When it comes to explaining this never-ending bear market, positive affirmations seem to be the rationale du jour. Here’s another “HODL on FFS” theory that forecasts the...

Eustace Cryptus | 2 years ago
AI Needs the Computational Capacity that Blockchain Promises
News teaser

AI Requires the Computational Capacity that Blockchain Provides

Centralized data servers might not cope with the power AI needs. At best, they can be least slow and expensive. Could blockchain-based decentralized marketplaces for computational...

Melanie Kramer | 2 years ago
TokenMarket Opens New Security Token Offering Service
Press releases

TokenMarket Opens New Security Token Offering Service

London, United Kingdom. Sept 17, 2018 —TokenMarket, the Gibraltar and London based token sale advisory firm, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Security Token Offering...

Bitcoinist | 2 years ago
Qtum is Pushing to Become the Biggest Player in the Asian Market
FinTech

Asia Sees 50% Uptick in Blockchain, Cryptocurrency Jobs

Despite market struggles, cryptocurrency and blockchain are in full swing across Asia, and companies looking to hire certainly have no shortage of prospective candidates. Asia...

Kevin O’Brien | 2 years ago
UPS Files For a Patent for Blockchain-based Shipping System
News

UPS Files For a Patent for Blockchain-based Shipping System

Despite the fact that the overall cryptocurrency market has declined with around 70 percent since January 2018, interest in blockchain-based technology grows stronger. Yet another...

Georgi Georgiev | 2 years ago
IOTA Smart City Project Granted €20 Million in EU Funding
News

IOTA Smart City Project Granted €20 Million in EU Funding

The +CityxChange consortium, which includes the IOTA Foundation, has won a bid to lead a new smart city lighthouse project under an EU research and innovation program. A total of €30...

Melanie Kramer | 2 years ago
Switzerland the Crypto-Nation
News

Switzerland’s Stock Exchange is Launching a Cryptocurrency Exchange

SIX Group — the owner and operator of Switzerland’s stock exchange — announced plans to launch a fully-integrated digital asset infrastructure for trading, settlement, and...

Georgi Georgiev | 2 years ago

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